Orange Belt training course

Learn the basics of Lean, Agile, and Six Sigma

The Lean Six Sigma Orange Belt training course in English provides you with an excellent foundation to apply Lean, Agile, and Six Sigma in a practical manner, all within a 2-day program. By the end of the course, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of these methodologies and their potential contributions to your organization’s success. ou will also acquire practical skills in applying them to small projects while being prepared to make valuable contributions to larger improvement initiatives. This training focuses on the core principles of Lean Six Sigma by presenting the various phases of process improvement in a clear, step-by-step manner with real-world examples and a case study to reinforce learning.

Price: € 895,-
2 days Includes Training materials, Catering, and Certificate of participation Excludes VAT (ask for VAT exclusion conditions), Certificate of practice and Exam

Target audience Orange Belt course

This training serves as an introductory course to Lean, Agile, and Six Sigma, designed for those who want to learn more about these methods and start working with them. Whether you are engaged in an improvement project, leading a small-scale initiative, or serving as a manager involved with Lean, Agile, or Six Sigma, this program suits to your needs. For this training no specific prior education is required and is therefore accessible and suitable for individuals of all levels and backgrounds.

Duration of the Orange Belt course

The Orange Belt course is 2 days. The days are consecutive and start each from 9 am till 5 pm.

Program Orange Belt training course

In the Orange Belt training course, you will learn the basics of Lean, Agile and Six Sigma. You will be introduced to the 5 phases of Lean Six Sigma: Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve, Control (DMAIC). During the training, you will practice these phases using a case.

The following topics are covered in the training:

  • What is Lean, what is Six Sigma, what is Agile, and how do these methods reinforce each other?
  • Walking through the phases of Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control, also known as the DMAIC-method.
  • Learn the basics of change management.
  • Recognizing waste.
  • Discussing and practicing with various tools (including Value Stream Map, CTQ, fishbone diagram) and techniques.
  • Directly applying the knowledge to an improvement process.

Together we will translate these methodologies and tools to suit your unique environment and the specific processes in which you operate. Throughout the training, each phase of process improvement will be comprehensively explained through real-life examples and a practical case-study, ensuring a clear understanding and practical application.

This course is ideal for introducing your team to the Lean, Agile, and Six Sigma method in a short period of time. We are happy to provide your team with a tailor-made  Incompany training.


We offer two different modules:

  • The 2-day Orange Belt training course
  • The Certified Orange Belt; 2-day Orange Belt including theory certification

Certificate Orange Belt training course

Lean Six Sigma Group is accredited by LCS, IASSC, ASQ, CRKBO and CEDEO. This ensures that we meet the internationally recognized requirements and standards, and that the quality of our training is guaranteed.

LCS Lean Six Sigma - Lean Six Sigma Groep                IASSC - Lean Six Sigma Groep                 CRKBO - Lean Six Sigma Groep
CEDEO - Lean Six Sigma Groep

Our courses and certificates are accredited by LCS, which stands for Lean Competency System. This is a quality mark for courses in continuous improvement and it is affiliated with the University of Cardiff. The LCS certificate is being recognized internationally.

After successfully completing the Orange Belt training, you will receive a certificate of participation as proof of your accomplishment. This training provides a strong foundational understanding, equipping you with practical skills for effective application in real-world scenarios.


Sander Cools

A fun introduction to Lean, where you immediately put knowledge into practice.